The Lewis structure that is closest to your structure is determined.
The hybridization of the atoms in this idealized Lewis structure
is given in the table below.
Please note that your structure can't be well described by a single
Lewis structure, because of extensive delocalization.

### Hybridization in the Best Lewis Structure

1. A bonding orbital for N1-N2 with 1.9997 electrons

__has 76.73% N 1 character in a p-pi orbital ( 99.91% p 0.09% d)

__has 23.27% N 2 character in a p-pi orbital ( 99.52% p 0.48% d)

2. A bonding orbital for N1-N2 with 1.9990 electrons

__has 57.24% N 1 character in a sp1.41 hybrid

__has 42.76% N 2 character in a sp2.35 hybrid

3. A bonding orbital for N1-H3 with 1.9931 electrons

__has 69.12% N 1 character in a sp2.37 hybrid

__has 30.88% H 3 character in a s orbital

4. A bonding orbital for N1-H4 with 1.9931 electrons

__has 69.12% N 1 character in a sp2.37 hybrid

__has 30.88% H 4 character in a s orbital

7. A lone pair orbital for N2 with 1.9901 electrons

__made from a sp0.39 hybrid

8. A lone pair orbital for N2 with 1.8545 electrons

__made from a p-pi orbital ( 99.91% p 0.09% d)

-With core pairs on: N 1 N 2 -

The interaction of the second lone pair donor orbital, 8, for N2 with
the antibonding acceptor orbital, 59, for N1-H3 is 147. kJ/mol.

The interaction of the second lone pair donor orbital, 8, for N2 with
the antibonding acceptor orbital, 60, for N1-H4 is 147. kJ/mol.

The total electronic energy is a very large number, so by convention
the units are given in atomic units, that is Hartrees (H). One
Hartree is 2625.5 kJ/mol. The energy reference is for totally
dissociated atoms. In other words, the reference state is a gas
consisting of nuclei and electrons all at infinite distance from
each other. The electronic energy includes all electric
interactions and the kinetic energy of the electrons. This energy
does not include translation, rotation, or vibration of the
the molecule.
Total electronic energy = -110.6520028047 Hartrees

see J. A. Pople, R. Krishnan, H. B. Schlegel, and J. S. Binkley,
"Electron Correlation Theories and Their Application to the Study of
Simple Reaction Potential Surfaces", *Intern. J. of Quantum Chemistry*,
**14**, 545-560, **1978**.